Welcome to the official online archive of The Dr. Demento Show!

Here you can browse our archives, which range from last week all the back to 1970! A new episode is added each Saturday morning, and older items are added to the archives each Sunday evening.

You may purchase any stream in mono, or the current episode in high quality stereo. Or, join the Demento Online Club for access to *all* episodes in high quality! To become a member, click here!

Please be sure to read our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) regarding streaming before you purchase your first show.

(Please note that you are not purchasing a download but a single performance which is streamed to your computer.
Any offers mentioned in older shows are null and void at this point.)

[ Click Here to Test Your Audio ]

Please be aware that some of the older shows although available in high quality format may have less then stellar sound quality due to the age and quality of the original recording. Also, while most shows are stereo for D.O.C. members, a few shows are only available in mono (as indicated).

Not sure where to start?

Our partner site the Demented Music Database has a search engine to help you locate the episode you want to hear.

Choose by era:
2019 2018 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011
2010 2005-2009 2000-2004 1995-1999 1990-1994 1985-1989 1980-1984 1975-1979 1970-1974
Or by topic:
Or Show All!
Sort by:
Date of show Date added online Topic
Or save money with our package deals for Christmas, Halloween, and Funny 25 shows!

5 new additions within last seven days.
(0 in this category.)
FATHER'S DAY:Happy Father's Day from Dr. Demento! Father's Day humor tends to be somewhat less respectful than what you might hear on Mother's Day..."When The Mush Begins To Rush Down Father's Vest," for instance, or Brian Wilson's ode to his father Murry, "I'm Bugged At My Old Man." We'll also hear Shel Silverstein's "Father Of A Boy Named Sue," and a song that gets right down to the heart of fatherhood, "I'm Gonna Procreate" by Worm Quartet. We'll also hear, among many others, Stan Freberg's very first hit record, "John and Marsha," and that Odd Couple Tony Randall and Jack Klugman singing "When Banana Skins Are Falling, I'll Come Sliding Back To You." Jun 18, 2006
[ Play List ]
(Added Jun 16, 2006)
Low Quality
32Kbps mono (64Kbps quality)
High Quality
128Kbps stereo
[ Promo ] [ Promo ]
Members Only